Keizer, Oregon –
The Kaiser Fire Department and Mid Valley Car Seat Safety Union Car Seat Clinic are scheduled for Tuesday, May 10th, from 10am to noon. Reservations are required for free events.
The Kaiser Fire Department and the Mid Valley Car Seat Safety Union will hold a car seat clinic on Tuesday, May 10.
The event is free, but reservations are required. The scheduled start time is from 10 am to 11:30 am.
During the 20-minute appointment, the caregiver will be instructed on how to properly attach the seat to the vehicle and how to safely restrain the child on the seat.
Seats are also checked for expiration dates and safety recalls. This is a problem that Deputy Firefighter Marshall Anne-Marie Storms said he encountered.
According to Storms, another common problem is moving a child to a booster seat before the child is too big or too small for a particular seat, the seat is too loose, or mentally or physically ready. It is trying to make it.
Appointments are still available, but with restrictions. To schedule a reservation call 503-390-9111.
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